Opening borders ‘frankly dangerous’: NZ PM

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says opening the country’s borders would be “frankly dangerous” until coronavirus cases begin to drop across the world, as Aussie airports push for the trans-Tasman travel bubble to go ahead.Want to know more on Opening borders ‘frankly dangerous’: NZ PM click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information summary from News.com.au Travel News.Author:

13 statues that stand on the right side of history, from Rosa Parks to Nelson Mandela

From the United States to Belgium, Australia and New Zealand, statues have been in the news. In England, a bronze likeness of slave trader Edward Colston was recently dumped into Bristol Harbour. This was followed by protests aimed at demolishing (or protecting) a statue of Winston Churchill in Parliament Square, London. There has also been a vote to remove Oxford University’s statue of imperialist Cecil Rhodes, perhaps moving...

Covid-19: New Zealand Tour on a slippery slope as ski season kicks off amid coronavirus…

New Zealand’s Tour industry is suffering, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Friday as she launched the ski season in the absence of foreign visitors, who are being kept out to keep the novel coronavirus at bay.Want to know more on Covid-19: New Zealand Tour on a slippery slope as ski season kicks off amid coronavirus... click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information summary...

Glastonbury Goes Online In Its 50th Year, With A Little Help From The B.B.C. And The V&A

Around now, Castle Cary station should be a sea of rucksacks, glitter and wellington boots, the narrow country lanes of Somerset clogged up with campervans, all heading to the Glastonbury Festival, held at Worthy Farm in the village of Pilton.Want to know more on Glastonbury Goes Online In Its 50th Year, With A Little Help From The B.B.C. And The V&A click here go to tour news source....

Air New Zealand to resume flights from Auckland to Shanghai, Narita next week

Air New Zealand has announced that it will resume passenger flights between Auckland and Shanghai next week, with passengers subject to government border controls in each direction. Pre-COVID19,…Want to know more on Air New Zealand to resume flights from Auckland to Shanghai, Narita next week click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information summary from Japan Today Travel News.Author: Japan Today Editor

New Zealand: Rejuvenated and ready to return

As Autumn gives way to the crisp cool days, warm company, and well-earned peace of winter, the challenges of recent months begin to ease and fade. The land and people slow down and recuperate, taking stock as we look forward to the promise and hope of a newfound spring. As we celebrate the obstacles we […] The post New Zealand: Rejuvenated and ready to return appeared first on...
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